Here are a few strange things you may or may not know about London, from a 1951 Guide Book that I have. I have added some extra info in Pink for you……. The statue of George IV in Trafalgar Square shows the king without boots or spurs, riding […]
Collector of Old Photos, love finding treasures at Fairs, Fleamarkets & Car Boots.
Family History lover. Enjoy Wildlife & touring UK in our Motorhome.
Have a Border Collie called Skye.
When we went away to Cornwall recently we stopped to do a bit shopping in Devon, and had a mouch around a couple of Charity shops, where in one I picked up another book by Nicola Thorne, I had just finished reading ‘Daughters of the House’ and this […]
Part 3…. this is the last part of the last Chapter in Book, hope you have enjoyed it…. The London County Council thus created had a distinguished first chairman, the Earl of Rosebery. Later he became Prime Minister, and the English public, always liking a sporting politician, shouted […]
Thought I would leave you with Part 2…. before we go off in the Motorhome for a couple weeks to Cornwall to celebrate our Silver Wedding Anniversary, Part 3 when we come back………………. Continued……………………. Yet it is little more than a century since the chief roads into London […]
Part One…I came across this lovely book at a Car Boot sale (where else?) ‘London Tells Her Story’ by Walter G. Bell. This book was first published in October 1938…… whatever would Walter think of London now I wonder? The last chapter in the Book is titled […]
We are just back from a few days away in Exmoor area, we stayed at first on the Caravan Club Site at Dulverton, Exmoor House, it was fantastic as all their sites are and this one was only a stones throw from the centre of town. Very handy […]
Thought I would tell you about a Photo Album dated 1952-3 that I picked up at a Car Boot sale last week, it has some family pictures in of a Gillian, Peter, Micheal all children and some Adults John, Joan, Harold. The photographer has also taken lots pictures […]